ECO3202H1F Urban and Regional EconomicsThis course will provide a broad introduction to modern regional and urban economics. In the first part of the course we will attempt to understand how and why cities grow and develop. In the second part, we will explore how cities interact and why they differ in size and perform different activities. The third part of the course will look at regional development and attempt to understand the determinants of regional inequalities.
Section L0101, Fall 2011–12Instructor: Diego Puga
Day/time: R6-8, F2-4
Location: GE100, GE100 / Fri-Oct 14 - GE168